Final Round: That's A Wrap

Jun 29, 2018

Every answer contains a piece of filmmaking vocab.

Heard on Francois Clemmons: From Mozart to Mister Rogers.

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It is time to crown our big winner. Let's bring back our finalists - Peter DiMauro, who runs the most complicated Easter egg hunt ever, and Sarah Bois, who just wants to make sure Jennifer Garner is OK.


EISENBERG: Sarah, Peter, your final round is called That's A Wrap. Every answer contains a term associated with filmmaking. Our big winner will receive an ASK ME ANOTHER Rubik's Cube signed by Francois Clemmons. We rolled a 20-sided die back stage, and Sarah is going first. Here we go. Sarah, a hard bandage wrapped around a limb to aid in mending a broken arm or leg.


EISENBERG: I'm sorry, that is incorrect. We were looking for cast. Peter, Broadway musical recently revived with Bette Midler in the role originated by Carol Channing.

PETER DIMAURO: "Hello, Dolly!"

EISENBERG: Correct. Sarah, originally intended as 3-D wallpaper, this plastic product with circular air pockets is used to transport fragile items.

BOIS: Bubble wrap.

EISENBERG: That is correct. Peter, a cylindrical tool usually made of wood used by bakers to flatten and shape dough.

DIMAURO: Rolling pin.

EISENBERG: Yeah, that's correct. Sarah, online current affairs magazine created in 1996 and originally owned by Microsoft.

BOIS: Inside Edition.

EISENBERG: That's incorrect. The answer is actually Slate. Peter, it's what happens to a cube of sugar when you put it in some hot tea.

DIMAURO: Dissolves.

EISENBERG: Yeah, dissolve. Sarah, eternally young resident of Neverland and leader of the Lost Boys.

BOIS: Peter Pan.

EISENBERG: That is correct. Peter, classic PBS kids show that taught everyone the Boston, Mass., zip code - 02134.

DIMAURO: "Zoom."

EISENBERG: That is correct.


EISENBERG: OK, we're at the halfway point, and Peter is in the lead 4 to 2. Sarah, English musician whose hits include "She Blinded Me With Science."

BOIS: All I can think of is Sting, and that's not it.

EISENBERG: I'm sorry, that is incorrect. We were looking for Thomas Dolby. Peter, "SCTV" and "SNL" cast member who originated the role of Ed Grimley.

DIMAURO: Chevy Chase.

EISENBERG: What are you talking about? No. Sorry.


EISENBERG: Sorry. Sorry Peter, that is incorrect.


EISENBERG: The answer is Martin Short, another Canadian treasure.

DIMAURO: (Laughter) Sorry.

EISENBERG: Sarah, a tabletop game in which players race to find groups of three cards that all share one common characteristic.

BOIS: Uno.

EISENBERG: (Laughter) Good guess. We were looking for "Set." All right. Here's the situation. Peter is in the lead 4 to 2. Peter, if you get this question right, you win. Peter, jazz standard recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet or a candy bar containing pretzel, caramel and peanut butter.

DIMAURO: Mr. Goodbar.


EISENBERG: I'm sorry, that is incorrect. We were looking for "Take Five." All right. Sarah, you need to get this question right to stay in the game. Sarah, in campaign finance, a PAC is an acronym meaning this.

BOIS: Political action committee.

EISENBERG: That is correct.


EISENBERG: Peter, if you get this right, you win. It's what CSI stands for in "CSI," "CSI: Miami" and "CSI: New York."

DIMAURO: Crime scene investigation.

EISENBERG: That is correct.


EISENBERG: Great game. Sarah, well done. Congratulations, Peter. That's our show. Our guest announcer is Cecil Baldwin.

CECIL BALDWIN: Hey, my name anagrams to blind ice claw.

EISENBERG: Our guest musician is Julian Velard.

BALDWIN: Naive dull jar.

EISENBERG: Our puzzles are written by senior writers Eric Feinstein, Karen Lurie (ph) and J. Keith van Straaten, with additional material by Will Hines. Our acting senior supervising producer is Rachel Neal (ph). ASK ME ANOTHER is produced by Sylvie Douglas (ph), Mike Katzif, Travis Larchuk, Kiara Powell (ph), Denny Shin, Rommel Wood and our intern Georgia Wright, along with Steve Nelson and Anya Grundmann. We are recorded by Rick Kwan and ValveTone recording. We'd like to thank the Nantucket Film Festival...

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